Robinson Home Products has debuted Studio Cuisine, a new multi-category line of better-quality kitchenware that offers upscale products at reasonable prices, said the company. The new collection includes includes bakeware, cookware, cutlery, tools and gadgets and flatware.
“We are proud to launch our new Studio Cuisine line,” said John White, business director, housewares, Robinson Home Products. “As the kitchen continues to be the focal point of the home for entertaining, Studio Cuisine offers an extensive assortment of quality housewares that will complement the look of today’s kitchens.”
Studio Cuisine presents three new bakeware styles. Primo in metallic silver and Entice in metallic copper, are made in heavy-duty, 0.8mm gauge carbon steel with rolled edges for a firm grip. Also available in metallic silver is Airize that features two-layer aluminized steel construction.
Studio Cuisine cookware is available in stainless steel sets or open stock, while the forged aluminum cookware is available in two sets and are made of heavy-gauged forged aluminum with a non-stick finish.
A new cutlery line features knives with double bevel cutting edges and high-carbon stainless steel blades, with handles that have a peened finish. The cutlery is available in sets that include kitchen shears and a storage block, as well as in open stock.
The Studio Cuisine collection also includes new stainless steel tools and gadgets, such as slotted and solid spoons, locking tongs, graters and colanders. In addition, the collection offers stainless steel flatware in a variety of sets.